Looks like the OP is in Long Island, NY. My understanding is that winters there aren't that harsh, so he could probably get 60 miles of cold weather range from a good condition 30 kWh pack. I'm sure others from that area can chime in though with more accurate estimates...
Having said that, there seem to be many charging options in his area, according to PlugShare, so he should be able to charge enroute, when necessary.
This 2016 SV appears to have 12 capacity bars intact:
https://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-sal ... =556997536
According to the original sales sticker, it's an SV with a 30 kWh pack, includes only the splash guard and floor/cargo mats. Is DC charging included on a 2016 SV as standard equipment? Pretty sure there was still a charging package, in which case this LEAF doesn't have that.
Not a bad deal at that price.
Vancouver, CA owner of a 2013 Ocean Blue SV + QC, purchased 01/2017 in WA
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